How do we feel but not let emotions scare or control us?
What do you do when you fall? How do you know when to lead or follow? Find this out and more - all from skiing.
Goliath looks powerful, but David gets him with a single stone. Can you be like David?
Living, Learning, Communicating in a Different Culture-We're All God's Children
Technology has sped up our lives. If emails don't pop up instantly, something is wrong! Patience is waning. And then there's Noah.
Wish you were James Bond or even someone else? Comparisons don't ever help, especially impossible ones. Find out why being our best selves is the only answer.
"Whoever has ears, let them hear!" Are we hearing-understanding with our heart-the message that Jesus came to share?
Why can you put yourself at the top of your Thanksgiving gratitude list? You're God's beloved child.
Jesus' Sermon on the Mount gives the key to lasting happiness, harmony that no storm can shake.
Keep the Big Fish explains how we can let the little things go when we know our main priority—love God, love neighbor as ourselves—and what this looks like.
Leaving behind an old job or school for a new one involves a lot of uncertainty. This uncertainty can paralyze us in fear, if we focus on what we don't know. Focus on what we do know, like God's love. With God leading us, we can't be steered wrong.
If you saw the star of Bethlehem, would you follow it? In the Bible, the wise men did, but no one else. The Christ is our Bethlehem star, and like the wise men, we should follow where it leads.
The best way to lift us up is by lifting our thinking to God and praising his glory. Joseph's life proves that praising God can lift us from even the most despicable situations.
The Golden Rule empowers those that apply it. Rather than taking a passive stance to life, the Golden Rule requires us to act. If we wish to be treated with Love, we must love others.
If a bridge collapses, it is not rebuilt to the exact specifications. We should treat each disaster as an opportunity to rebuild something stronger and better.
In our efforts to grow up, we sometimes forget what is so precious about childhood. Jesus never did. Jesus valued the purity, openness, honesty, and unconditional love children express, as should we.
Thanksgiving should be a time when we all acknowledge the good in our lives. God provides us with all we need and more, and when we acknowledge those blessing they multiply even further.
Our lack of knowledge about God can be frustrating. Paul felt those same frustrations, but he felt there were still actions we could take to progress with God, despite our shallow understanding. We should all follow Paul and take the next step with God.
We cannot change others, but we can inspire them. Inspiring others starts with changing ourselves and can have a profound effect on those around us.
Most of us feel like we need a fresh start, but how do we achieve it? Instead of switching schools or moving states, all we really need to do is change our perspective. Look at the future success rather than the past mistakes.
Sound financial advice is almost as rare as sound moral advice. However, if Jesus were alive today and worked on Wall Street, he would advise you to invest in Love, the best commodity.
We often think counting calories, worrying about our weight, and slaving away at the gym will help us find satisfaction in our appearances, only to be disappointed. Read on to learn why you should focus less on your weight and more on God.
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